Harley Quinn Meets DeadpoolHarley Quinn Meets Deadpool10 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Setting: New York, late evening. As the city goes about its nightly tasks, we see Deadpool crouching on the side railing of a Bridge, seemingly talking to himself, which for Deadpool is nothing unusual.
Ahhh New York City!! The sights, the smells, the screams of low life scum that dangle above the East river.
Zoomed out we see a person, hanging by one foot from the railing on which DP sits.
Come on man!!! I told Vinny I would pay him the money as soon as I made the sale!!
DP shakes his head and waggles his finger
Yeah well Billy Boy, Vinnys daughter needs braces. And let me tell you this kid NEEDS braces. Just dont tell Vinny he has a habit of breaking things, namely different body parts when people talk about his ugly kids.
DP pulls out a large combat knife and spins it around in his hand.
So Billy are ya gonna cough up some dough or you could be coughing up random things that float around in ri
No.6 Fanfic--"Sleep Walker" NezumixShionNo.6 Fanfic--"Sleep Walker" NezumixShion3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Nezumi lay in his bed, his small white-haired friend laying beside him, fast asleep. He wasn't entirely sure how the two of them had come to sharing a bed. His guess was that Shion must have accidentally fallen asleep on his bed, and Nezumi himself didn't want to take the couch. After that night, Shion must have thought it was okay to take the bed any night. Thus, they had somehow reached the point where they were sharing a bed every night.
The grey-haired boy sighed quietly. He wasn't used to having half of his sleeping space taken.
However, despite this, Nezumi was just about to drift into sleep, until Shion randomly sat up. This made Nezumi flinch, since Shion was in a deep sleep just seconds before, and didn't even shift around before sitting up. After Shion sat there for awhile, Nezumi eventually decided to question his friend.
"Oi..." Nezumi said as he sat up and brought a hand to Shion's shoulder.
Shion didn't respond, and Nezumi sat up further to look at his face. His red eyes
A Second ChanceThe moment Sarah wished her brother away, Jareth knew his life was going to change.A Second Chance4 months ago in Romance More Like This
During Sarah’s run, he thought that it would be a good change to have Sarah and Toby be a part of the Underground at long last (as of course Sarah would lose). At the end of Sarah’s run, Jareth’s feelings about the change became increasingly negative, until she finally said her right words, thus defeating him.
Then it was all bad.
Jareth was not accustomed to losing, and that it was to Sarah made it worse. He loved Sarah, had watched her for years, and had given her the book. To have it all come to this end was disheartening.
The goblins had been hoping for a new queen, so they did the next best thing: follow her around to see if she still remembered the Labyrinth. For several years, the goblins appeared in her home, wherever it happened to be, until sometime in college, when her room was too small to hide in. The goblins had been fond o
Free! The Water's Melody: ReaderxVarious Pt 9Free! The Water's Melody: ReaderxVarious Pt 911 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“WHAT?!” Rin roared out loud, making both you and Makoto jump in fright.
“What?! Why?!” Nagisa questioned, leaning forward so as to not miss any of what you were going to say.
“Well, uh, Mako-chan’s father and my father both work/run the same company. His dad’s the President, and mine’s the Vice President. Um, it seems like the company’s not doing very well here in Japan, and they want a change of pace… So, uh, it’s been decided that our families are moving to China,” you murmured, eyes downcast.
“…For how long?” a hesitant question came from Haru.
“For… however long our
Kingdom Hearts 2 RE- Soraxess's Tale- chapt 1Kingdom Hearts 2 RE- Soraxess's Tale- chapt 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
KINGDOM HEARTS 2 RE: SORAXESS'S TALE- The tainted one
Disclaimer: I do not own any of the characters. The only one that does is Soraxess. This a rebuild of my original fan fiction of Soraxess's tale. In this rebuild its like a final mix to each Kh game. Well This explains the back-story on how Soraxess was came to be inside the world of desire to be more powerful than Sora and Roxas together, this will be my first time to ever write a story based off my own character.
Chapter 1: Soraxess is born part 1
Sora, the chosen wielder of the keyblade had save many worlds and is known as a hero through the worlds he has saved from the heartless and the nobodies. Without the help of his friends he would have been helpless.
But everything will change this time. A new threat will be appearing.
Sora stood by the beach listing to the waves rush in. sora was deep in his thoughts thinking about something.
"Hey Sora." Riku called, walking behind sora.
ReplacementTitle: ReplacementReplacement3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Category: Hurt/Comfort, Family
Rating: T for Jay's mouth.
Summary: Dick chose Damian as his Robin, and Tim feels hurt. Tim has a run-in with Jason and finally can empathize with why Jason calls him "Replacement."
A/N: My take on Timmy's feelings about Damian and Dick as the Dynamic Duo. And I added some cute moments between Jay and Tim. This is before Tim became Red Robin.
Timothy Drake-Wayne was miserable. This feeling wasn't uncommon for him, but usually he could keep it at bay. Now, the emotion hit him full force, overwhelming him. Never had he felt so unwanted and alone. Someone else had become Robin. Batman's partner was no longer Tim Drake. Perhaps it was because Batman was no longer Bruce Wayne, or perhaps it was because the new Robin was Bruce Wayne's biological son. No matter what it was, Tim wasn't <
The Needs of OthersThe four boys sat in Jaime's living room as the credits of an action movie rolled across the screen of the television. Tim and Garfield stood up to stretch as Jaime grabbed another chip. Soft snoring came from the speedster lying next to him.The Needs of Others2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Jaime, we're gonna head out. Gar's staying at my place and Batman's gonna kill me if I'm late again." Tim mentioned as the duo headed towards the door. "We're heading the same way as Central city if you wanna wake Bart up."
"Nah, he's spending the night so it's fine." Jaime explained as the other two nodded and left. Jaime hopped off the couch and turned the t.v. off, figuring Bart was out for the rest of the night. He looked back at the sleeping figure on the couch.
'Better take him to my room.' Jaime thought as he lowered himself to the ground. Jaime picked Bart up, astonished at how light he was. He knew Bart was slim, but he hadn't expected the speedster to be that small. 'How much does he even weigh?'
"The boy weighs 82.4 pounds. BMI is 14.5
Love and Other Drugs “Jareth, darling, it’s time to get up.”Love and Other Drugs1 year ago in Humor More Like This
“Not yet, Precious. Can’t I admire you here next to me a little longer?”
“You can do it in and out of bed, my husband. Now, do I have to mess up your hair to get you moving, or will you simply be a dear and come over to help me out of bed?”
“Perhaps if you kiss me first, I would help you willingly.”
“Six months we have been married, and already you are spoiled. What shall I do with you?”
“You could start by kissing me,” said Jareth, slowly stretching next to Sarah.
“I suppose it wouldn't hurt. It can only help me right now.”
“Help you with what?” asked Jareth worriedly.
“With what I need to say to you. Unfortunately, it requires me to leave for a few hours, but I promise it won’t be long, and then we can talk about it all you want.”
“What has happened? Is it about the family?
100 Theme Challenge - 39. Dreams100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 39. Dreams10 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Don landed flat on his plastron directly in front of where April and Casey were sitting.
Another few inches and his face would have connected with Casey’s foot. It was not an auspicious start to the day.
Although Leo had promised that his brothers would go easy on him during practice, Raph seemed to have missed that message. Either that or he was purposely ignoring it, because the first time Raph had thrown Don on the floor, the battered turtle had noticed Leo frowning at their hot headed brother.
If there had been an opportunity for Don to say anything, he would have told Leo to stop acting as if Raph’s actions were bothering him. It hadn’t taken long into his sparring match with Raph for Don to realize he was in for it. Raph was apparently still mad about Casey fighting with April over who was going to put Don to bed. Having Leo try to dictate Raph’s anger out of him always made things worse.
Don slowly rose to his feet, h
100 Theme Challenge - 14. Smile100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 14. Smile1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Don had hoped that April would be in bed when they got back to the lair, but he should have known she’d be awake and listening for their return.
“What happened?” April asked as she rushed across the room.
Between them, Raph and Don helped Casey to lie back on the couch. During the ride to the lair, Don had wrapped the wound on Casey’s thigh with his mask in order to stop the bleeding. Now it needed to be tended to as did the burn on the youth’s chest.
April hovered nearby watching as Don started peeling Casey’s gear off of him, handing it to Raph for safe keeping. Glancing up, Don saw the anxious look on April’s face and offered her a reassuring smile.
Unfortunately, April didn’t see it as her complete focus seemed to be on Casey.
“You’re bleeding,” April told him unnecessarily, her eyes too wide, the fear in them evident.
Don’s smile faded as she kneeled next to Casey and reach
100 Theme Challenge - 33. Expectations100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 33. Expectations1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
There were certain expectations that Don had always had out of life. One of them was that he and his brothers would forever be close and that no matter what friends or enemies came into their lives, they would stick together.
The last year had brought about a lot of changes for their family and it had all begun the night that Master Splinter had allowed them to venture topside for the first time. It was then that Donatello had seen his first live human girl and it had been love at first sight. A night of firsts.
From that moment on, April O’Neil had been a dominating figure in his life. Though he knew that she saw him as just a friend, Don had never let go of the hope that one day she would wake up and realize that he could be so much more.
They had their ups and downs of course, the lowest point being when her father had mutated into a giant bat and April had been so upset she’d never wanted to see them again. But time and April&
100 Theme Challenge - 42. Standing Still100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 42. Standing Still10 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
42. Standing Still
Trying to solve problems by standing still and staring at an open doorway wasn’t his best choice for handling things, Don decided. Neither was hiding in his room. Both were cowardly and his father had taught him to face his challenges.
Earlier Don had tried to hide behind the excuse that he needed a nap, but it was obvious now that he couldn’t sleep. Mikey’s visit had only exacerbated the problem and now Don decided it was time to do something.
What that something was he had no clue. It was times like these that he wished he had Leo’s tactical brain or could at least ask Leo for his assistance. If Leo wasn’t so immersed in the situation himself, Don would have gone that route.
Leo had already expressed a desire for Don to monopolize Casey’s time and even though they’d talked that out, any attempt by Don to ask for help in that arena might be met by a quid pro quo request and Don would be back at squ
100 Theme Challenge - 45. Illusion100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 45. Illusion10 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Donatello could hear Raph and Leo in the dojo as he and Casey passed it on the way to the kitchen. There was still no sign of Mikey which Don found a little surprising considering his penchant for spying these days.
Something clattered in the kitchen and Don expected that’s where Mikey would be found, but upon entering he saw that April was making the noise.
Don really should have expected to find her there. She’d been so sure that he could coax Casey into eating something that she’d probably gone straight to the kitchen after talking to Don about it. He certainly hoped she hadn’t counted on getting to be alone with Casey.
She looked up when they came in and smiled brightly at both of them, making Don mentally kick himself for doubting her motives.
“Hey you two,” April said, placing a large bowl on the table. “I was thinking you might come in looking for something to eat so I tossed together a salad.
100 Theme Challenge - 46. Family100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 46. Family9 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Although Don had resisted the urge to kick Casey’s chair after the boy’s comment, there had been a moment or two of awkward silence. April kept glancing between them as they continued to eat their lunch, her expression thoughtful.
Finally April began talking about school and Casey joined in readily enough. After informing them that being at school wasn’t his favorite way to spend time, Casey said that it did have the benefits of a stellar hockey program.
Don listened with fascination to what both of the humans probably considered mundane. School wasn’t a place he’d ever be able to attend but he got a sort of vicarious thrill from hearing his friends talk about it.
There were a lot of things the humans took for granted that Don’s family would never get to experience. The conversation made him wistful and a little sad. Casey might say that he had a romantic interest in Don, but other than a desire to defeat the Kra
100 Theme Challenge - 71. Obsession100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 71. Obsession5 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Stunned at the bold way that Casey took control of the situation, Don simply stood frozen as the boy kissed him. Then there was the fleeting thought that he should pull away, but something prevented him from doing so.
It felt good. Surprisingly, remarkably good. After all they’d been through together, after Casey’s persistent pursuit, after all the confusion; Don decided to just enjoy the feeling of kissing someone who really wanted to be with him.
Closing his eyes, Don shivered as he allowed his sense of touch to be the only one of the six to accept input. His lips registered how strong and soft Casey’s were, his body basked in the warmth that the boy gave off.
Casey sensed the difference in Don’s response and tightened his hold on the turtle. Slowly Don lifted his arms and wrapped them around Casey’s waist.
As soon as Don returned his embrace, Casey groaned and opened his mouth. Don felt the boy’s tongue pro
100 Theme Challenge - 58. Kick in the Head100 Theme Challenge - 58. Kick in the Head7 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
100 Theme Challenge
58. Kick in the Head
Don woke up on a cold stone floor, feeling as though he’d received a good hard kick in the head.
It was pounding steadily as he pushed himself off of the floor and looked around. He was locked in a cell very similar to the one he’d helped Mr. O’Neil escape from, so his guess was that they were trapped somewhere beneath the TCRI building.
They. His painfully aching head cleared enough for him to remember the last thing that had happened before he lost consciousness. Something that felt like the shock from a lightning bolt had hit him as he was carried through the opening in the side of the Kraang’s headquarters. Casey was still clinging to him at the time and must have been shocked into unconsciousness as well.
Casey wasn’t in the cell with him and Don frantically rushed to the door, pulling at it before looking through the narrow set of bars that served as a window. If Casey was knocked out while they
100 Theme Challenge - 30. Under The Rain100 Theme Challenge - 30. Under The Rain1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
100 Theme Challenge
30. Under The Rain
Don did not appreciate the rough treatment or the confusion that followed Casey’s abrupt action. His heels dug furrows into the dirt and his rump scraped across the rock strewn ground when Casey unceremoniously plunked him down. If Don had any kind of mobility, he would have shown Casey just how displeased he was.
Instead, Don grunted his indignation as he tried to pull away from Casey’s hand.
“Don’t,” Casey whispered urgently against his ear. “Please Don, be quiet.”
Casey lifted his hand from Don’s mouth and leaned in close enough so that Don could see the boy’s dark eyes reflecting the small amount of light that filtered into their hiding place.
“Donatello!” Raph shouted.
Don’s first instinct was to sit forward but Casey physically restrained him, whispering, “Shhh.”
Frustrated, Don pushed against Casey, trying to dislodge his hands but suddenly stopped st
100 Theme Challenge - 43. Dying100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 43. Dying10 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Casey watched Don’s approach without expression. As he waited for the turtle to reach him, he grabbed a dry towel and stood up.
The complete lack of emotion that Casey was showing as he dried his hands and arms took Don aback. Don was used to seeing some outward sign of Casey’s cocky attitude and he found his poker face to be disconcerting.
If Don hadn’t been sure how to start the conversation before, he was certainly at a loss for words now. Casey was willing to pick up the verbal gauntlet though.
“I didn’t interrupt something between you and April did I? The two of ya’ was looking pretty cozy,” Casey said in a monotone.
Belatedly Don remembered that during their earlier conversation Casey had asked how close he and April were. He’d basically told Casey that was none of his business and it still wasn’t as far as Don was concerned.
“She was telling me I should get you to come eat something,
100 Theme Challenge - 50. Breaking the Rules100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 50. Breaking the Rules9 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
50. Breaking the Rules
There were definitely times when Donatello felt as though the only thing he truly understood was his technology. Science was all theory until it was proven and then it was fact. Machines either worked or they didn’t. Mathematics involved quantifiable calculations. All of those things were easy for Don to grasp.
Because he had been raised with them, Don thought he also understood his brothers. Up to a point, he did. But as they got older, subtle changes had begun to take place and there were times when Don didn’t understand them at all.
Raph for instance was turning into something of an enigma. Don had no idea what was going on inside the hot head’s skull. Besides all of his jealous posturing whenever Don was around, now Raph had tried to goad Casey into doing something completely foolhardy.
It wasn’t as though breaking the rules was new to Raph; shell, he had turned that into a fine art. This was something more.
100 Theme Challenge - 59. No Way Out100 Theme Challenge - 59. No Way Out7 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
100 Theme Challenge
59. No Way Out
Taken aback by Casey’s approach, Don managed to sputter indignantly, “Stop calling me that.”
“I like it though,” Casey told him. “That gap is sexy.”
“Now is not the time or place . . . .” Don began.
Casey interrupted him. “This is the first time I ever saw ya’ without your mask. I could get used to it.”
“Were you knocked out by the stun ray or did you hit your head?” Don asked incredulously, pulling back from the boy and waving a hand towards the door. “How did you do that?”
“They didn’t take any of the rest of my gear,” Casey said, still sounding pleased with himself. “I just doubled the explosive charge on my hockey pucks.”
Don tucked his goggles into his belt and pulled his mask back into place. “We need to move,” he said, jumping for the doorway and looking up and down the corridor. “There is no way
Break and Bend : DisplumeRaphael hated it when other people touched his stuff. He especially hated it when these other people smelled like stale pizza and had hands covered in a thin layer of what he could only assume to be was motor oil. The constant shuffling around wasn’t helping matters either.Break and Bend : Displume1 year ago in Romance More Like This
“Put your nasty feet down, it’s a dashboard, not your own personal fuckin’ footrest.”
“Hey, what kinda music do you listen to?”
“I don’t.” Raph instantly swatted Mikey’s fingers away from the radio, “Hands to yourself. What was the first rule I told ya before steppin’ foot in this car?”
Mikey gave a loud groan and stretched in his seat before he slumped down, mumbling obediently, “I know, I know. If I leave so much as a fingerprint behind, you’ll rip out my beating heart and eat it with a fork.”
Raph nodded in agreement, until he jerked to a stop at Mikey’s final words, “Wait, what?” he gave the ot
100 Theme Challenge - 19. Gray100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 19. Gray1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Because Casey wanted to hear what Don had discovered regarding the necklaces they’d stolen from the Kraang, Don had everyone gather in his lab so he could present his findings.
Don wasn’t keen on exciting the boy who he felt needed to rest, but when Casey had insisted, April had backed him up. Arguing with an injured Casey was hard enough, but Don was no match for their combined forces.
The phrase ‘combined forces’ when referencing action taken by Casey and April wasn’t one Don liked much, but there was no denying the fact that they’d ganged up on him in the matter. Things had been so much better when those two couldn’t stand to be around each other.
Explaining everything while in the lab turned out to be for the best because Don could show his audience the components he’d removed from the necklaces. Since he still had the mind control device that they’d pulled off of Mr. O’Neil, Don was abl
100 Theme Challenge - 73. I Can't100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge - 73. I Can't5 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
73. I Can’t
As fascinating as it was to watch Mikey and Irma’s reactions to each other, Don had to keep in mind that there were more pressing matters at hand.
“Mikey, this is Irma. Irma, my brother Michelangelo,” Don said quickly. “Mikey, how about we all go into that back room you were telling me about? The Kraang are still out there looking for us.”
“Huh? Oh sure,” Mikey said, his eyes still on Irma. “Are you hungry?” he asked her. “Wanna try some pizza gyoza? Mr. Murakami invented it just for us.”
“I’ll try anything once,” Irma said. “You never know what’s going to be good if you don’t give things a chance.”
“That’s what I say!” Mikey exclaimed excitedly as he led the group through a heavy curtain that took them into Murakami’s storage area.
The room wasn’t very deep but it did run the length of the restaurant. On
Break and Bend : Komorebi“Excuse me, Leonardo? I apologize for the interruption but I think there’s been some kind of mistake. I just received a very odd phone call and I think you should know about it.”Break and Bend : Komorebi1 year ago in Romance More Like This
At the sound of the familiar voice, the jade green turtle turned from where he had been silently staring at the framed picture hanging on the wall. He lifted a brow ridge as his soft brown eyes settled on the slender form of the other mutant standing in the doorway, before his gaze drifted down to the metal clip board clasped in the other’s slim, pale green fingers and he frowned.
“Yes,” the younger of the two gave a curt nod, though it did very little in masking a sharp twinge from entering his voice, “from a rather irate taxi driver. He requested to know where the dojo was located as his client is new to area and unaware of the exact directions.”
Leo reached out for the clipboard, tugging it slightly toward him as he scanned over the schedule